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John S. Fitch • 4 Items / 3 Reviews, 1 Book
The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process (1977)
Ecuador, 1948-1966
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    Latin America (Review)
    The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process, by John Samuel Fitch
    1. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process by John Samuel Fitch
    The American Historical Review, June 1978, p. 847
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    Comparative Politics (Review)
    The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process, by John Samuel Fitch
    1. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process by John Samuel Fitch
    American Political Science Review, March 1979, p. 280
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process, by John Samuel Fitch
    1. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process by John Samuel Fitch
    Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1978, p. 167
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    Latin America (5 Reviews)
    The Inter-American Development Bank and Political Influence, by R. Peter DeWitt, Jr.
    1. The Inter-American Development Bank and Political Influence by R. Peter DeWitt, Jr.
    2. Latin America, 1977 by Lester A. Sobel
    3. Latin American Diplomatic History by Harold Eugene Davis, John J. Finan, and F. Taylor Peck, ...
    4. The Latin Americans by Carlos Rangel
    5. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process by John Samuel Fitch
    Orbis, Winter 1978, p. 999
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. The Government Party by Reginald Whitaker
    2. Canadian Foreign Policy and the Law of the Sea by Barbara Johnson and Mark W. Zacher
    3. Essays in Understanding Latin America by Kalman H. Silvert
    4. Latin American Diplomatic History by Harold Eugene Davis, John J. Finan, and F. Taylor Peck, ...
    5. Mexico and the United States in the Oil Controversy, 1917-1942 by Lorenzo Meyer
    6. The Nationalization of Venezuelan Oil by James F. Petras, Morris Morley, and Steven Smith, ...
    7. The Inter-American Development Bank and Political Influence by R. Peter DeWitt, Jr.
    8. Presidential Power in Latin American Politics by Thomas V. DiBacco
    9. Peru by Victor Alba
    10. The Military Coup d'Etat as a Political Process by John Samuel Fitch
    11. Development and Planning in Ecuador by R.J. Bromley
    Foreign Affairs, January 1978, pp. 451-452